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phone call to kate middleton. >> a little bit of comic relief. those are important stores but we have one of the world's greatest entertainer, peter gallagher. nominated for a tony award and also he will be in the san francisco to tell stories about working with people like peter o'toole. and singing. >> and he has a new show. and also, kevin patterson that has the incredible dickens fair. >> and sounds good but before we go to the news let us look outside and we are looking at walnut creek fiord the fog is starting to lift. >> we can even see the amount tam cam >> through the parking this street, that should expire by 11:00 a.m. that cardenas parking thislow visibility expeg in the straits of the carquines but expiring @ 11 show a troubling picture of a former albany middle school teacher. he is accused of having a sexual relationship with at least one of his former students. a search warrant at james izumizaki's home in albany among other things, a web camera, camcorder, cell phone, and bank statements. kron four's philippe djegal explains what led to izumizaki's arrest - and his ev
, pretending to be queen elizabeth and prince charles, trying to get information on kate middleton being treated for acute morning sickness. now the body of the nurse who talked to them on that prank phone call, her body was found this morning just yards away from the hospital. she was the one who first took that prank call and then transferred it into the duchess' ward. prince william and kate middleton say they are sadden toed -- saddened to hear about the death of the nurse. >>> there's new developments in the ucsf as they fight to keep accreditation. how the school's enrollment can affect the funding they get from the state. >> reporter: we just talked with a professor here and she said she believes in the school and more students will enroll if faculty members start to send a more positive message about the school. city college needs to enroll 34,000 full-time students to keep the funding. last year, it was placed on probation. administrators expect to fall thousands short in enrollment in school year. it's the second year in a row, so the state may fund the college at a lower rate.
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